Wisconsin men’s basketball 2022: UW blows second half lead, falls to Nebraska on Senior Day

The Badgers also lost Johnny Davis to an injury early in the second half. Pretty much the worst possible day for the Badgers

The No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers men's hoops (24-6 overall, 15-5 Big Ten) hosted the Nebraska Cornhuskers (10-21, 4-16 Big Ten) on Sunday afternoon in their regular season finale

With a win, the Badgers would win the Big Ten championship outright and be the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Big Ten tournament. Combine that with Senior Day and you had a recipe for a great day

The first half started about as poorly as anyone could’ve imagined it. The Badgers turned the ball over four times on their first six possessions and dug themselves into a hole from the jump

To make matters worse, Johnny Davis picked up his second foul with just under 11 minutes to play and was glued to the bench for the remainder of the half

When Davis went out, the Badgers trailed by 19-13. Nebraska was able to extend that lead to as many as 12. As they’ve done all year, the Badgers found ways to crawl back into the game, trailing 40-36 at the break

Two and a half minutes into the second half, Johnny Davis went down. The All-American was fouled by Trey McGowens on a fast break and fell awkwardly and hard

McGowens was assessed two fouls, one for the trip that lead to Davis’ fall and a flagrant penalty-2 (resulting in an ejection) for an elbow to Davis’ face

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